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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic proposed to the country's parliament to extend the powers of Ana Brnabic as prime minister. He stated this during a televised address, the Politika newspaper reports.
“Ana will not be prime minister for four years, this period will be shorter, in 2024 there will be changes in the government,” — said Vučić.
Prime Minister candidates Milos Vučević (Progressive Party) and Ivica Dacic (Socialist Party) will become deputy prime ministers in the new cabinet.
“Dacic, in addition to an important ministerial positions and vice-premier, will also be the coordinator of the security service,— said Vucic.
Parliamentary and presidential elections in Serbia took place in early April. Vucic was re-elected for a second term with 60% of the vote in the first round, while his Progressive Party received 46% of the vote. The President's main rival— leader of the opposition bloc “United Serbia” Zdravko Ponosh— scored 17%, his coalition— 13%.
Ana Brnabic is non-partisan and has been head of the Serbian government since 2017. Prior to that, she worked in the Vučić government as Minister of State and Local Self-Government. Brnabic— the first woman to chair the government of Serbia.
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Serbia— candidate for EU accession since 2012. At the moment, the main obstacle to joining the union is the unresolved conflict with the partially recognized republic of Kosovo, which also seeks EU membership. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz pointed out that a comprehensive document is needed for their accession, since two countries that do not recognize each other cannot be part of the European Union.
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